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From music fests to theater extravaganza, Broadway shows to performing arts festivals, the City of Saint Paul, Minnesota helps its residents keep that festive glow.
The region"s merry-go-round people find every reason a good reason to enjoy and celebrate while urban life bustles year round with electric happenings and event. But, attractions like Fitzgerald may make both locals and out-of-towners fall in the love with the events the historic Theater puts up for them.
Saint Paul has a great acceptance for arts, hence has a rich culture scene. Saint Paul has a great acceptance for arts, hence has a rich culture scene. Its traditional and seasonal celebrations and festivals focus primarily on heritage and history, blues and jazz, food and fellowship, holiday fun and more.
The oldest existing stage venue in the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, The Fitzgerald Theater is committed to programming that reflects the audience. Minnesota Public Radio-owned-Fitzgerald Theater is the home of American Public Medias A Prairie Home Companion.
With the seating capacity of accommodating 1,000 persons, the Venue was one of many theaters built by the Shubert Theatre Corporation. When the Fitzgerald first opened as the Sam S. Shubert Theater, it was considered as one of the most beautiful theaters of its time. Designed by the noted Chicago architectural firm of Marshall and Fox, became a movie outlet known as the World Theater in 1933.
In 1980, the Fitzgerald Theater was purchased by Minnesota Public Radio who restored it in 1986 as a site for Prairie Home. It was renamed after St. Paul native F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1994. Fitzgerald Theater acts Minnesota Public Radio"s largest broadcast studio, with airwaves reaching millions of people tuned in to A Prairie Home Companion.
The stage of the Venue commissions authors, artists and radio hosts to create intellectually stimulating programs that delight and enlighten the MPR"s public radio community. Over the years, the Fitzgerald"s Theater has played host to Broadway musicals, vaudeville shows, film festivals, corporate events, and concerts of all sorts.
On November 4, 2002, Fitzgerald was the site of a memorable election-eve debate between United States Senate candidates Norm Coleman (previously mayor of St. Paul) and Walter Mondale (formerly a U.S. Vice President). The Fitzgerald Theater will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2010.
To-date the Fitzgerald Theater has put up on stage an array of events featuring internationally acclaimed acts and artists. Moreover, the Space provides ample opportunities to the locals of its community where they can come up with their talent and share the stage with renowned artists.
So take the time out to see what the Space has to offer you this season! Enjoyable entertainment, audience participation and heart-warming acts ? The Fitzgerald Theater has it all! The Fitzgerald Theater is a showcase for live performing acts, a nurturing ground for new talent acts, an opportunity to show your creative potential, and a preferred stop on the internationally acclaimed artists" tours.
The Venue has scheduled a wide variety of entertaining events for its valued visitors to choose from. It is indeed a treat to see live act in the round. The Venue creates a space to escape from the mundane.
So if you haven"t visited the place recently, take a look at their upcoming schedule of events and experience the energy of the Fitzgerald Theater for yourself!